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05 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

A guide for teaching your child to share

“No it’s mine, gimme, it’s my turn, I want it”. Oh the joys of blissful play time at home, in school, at parties. It is hard not to charge into a child’s play when children begin to quarrel. If children are fighting over a toy, often the adult marches in and removes the toy saying [...]

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14 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

A permanent cure for consoling the inconsolable whinging child

As children grow older you should learn to recognise the fundamental characteristic of the serial whinger; they cry louder and harder when attention is given. This is a child who uses their tears to gain attention or to get what they want. It is important to break this habit early as children can be very [...]

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07 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

My child will not behave

Everyone wants to blame kids for the problems in society. Adults want to blame someone for their kids behaviour. No matter what we believe, we should try to help our children. I believe in the firm but fair approach. Children will listen to a firm, but encouraging voice over a ranting looney. Jane Nelsen, author [...]

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